Contains worksheet - label parts of the body: head, neck, shoulders, arms, elbows, hands, chest, waist, legs, knees and feet. A list of words is also available. A body to cut out for student to put together. Can be used as a body lotto game. Sheet of body part pictures with sentences to match. Can be used as pairing games i.e. snap, memory game etc. Worksheet with 5 questions. Writing frame with each question. Another sheet with pictures to aid in answering questions.
A good ‘starting off’ presentation with animations and body visuals. Developed to aide inclusion of SEN pupils in Key Stage 2 but useful elsewhere. This Presentation was awarded a ‘Star Innovator’ award on the Microsoft UK Education site in 2006.
Click the buttons on the face to choose hair style, eyes and lips for the face. Pupils make an impression of themselves or design a face. Use the bar to select a skin tone. Pupils can be asked to drag labels or type their own depending on ability and lesson objectives.
A very simple PowerPoint outlining the changes that occur as babies grow and become adults. There are simple questions to be answered; click on the question mark and it will take you to the answer, so could therefore also be used as a revision lesson at the end of the topic. Clicking on the baby in the corner will take you back to the start page.
Freeware Windows and OSX activity in which the major bones of the human skeleton are labeled using drag & drop. Includes two levels - one with latin bone names the other with a smaller selection of colloquial names. Includes an against the clock quiz which allows high quality printout of results on task completion